Kriya for Health and Vitality

Sodarshan Chakra Kriya The meditation we’re suggesting today is an advanced one, not for beginners. This meditation works with the pituitary gland. The pituitary gland is the master gland controlling the other glands. Mastering this meditation will increase intuition and the pranic powers. Start at 31 minutes a day and expand to 62  minutes. Straighten […]

Meditation & Mantra

There is a science and technology to the practice of Kundalini Yoga. Enjoy this video lecture by Yogi Bhajan. He talks about locking the optical nerve to achieve a focused mind. One can lock the eyes between the brow, at the tip of the nose or at the chin. Aligning the Soul, body and mind […]

Mantra and Yoga

Early stories of the Ramayana show yogis and ascetics performing penances and kryas for thousands of years. As  astrology evolves and the ages turn, the level of difficulty increases. It becomes harder to practice disciplines. This age or yuga is known as the Iron Age or Kali Yuga.  It’s the age of electronic interference and chemical poisoning. […]

The Kundalini Yoga Experience

“The kundalini experience does not mean you have gone into a deep breathless trance and are beyond this world…It integrates you more fully with reality and gives you a broader vision and sensitivity so that you can act more efficiently.” –Yogi Bhajan, Ph.D. If we could only recommend one book about the art and science […]

Laya Yoga Magic 31 minutes

Much has happened in this little sadhana. Today is day 29 since the last 1,000 days before the End Time. Day 40 looks a lot more reachable! Nabhi Kriya has passed the, “Ooh! I really don’t want to do it!” stage. It still takes a while to get in gear. Once I hit the sheepskin, […]

meditation and the physical

Good morning, Am finding the immediacy of Laya Yoga. Because of the small movement, when sitting still, that spine can be all over the place. Started without the circular movement. Pull that Neck Lock! Pull it right and I know the muscles will learn to keep the rest of the spine in line. The throat […]

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